Politics

Trump’s House of Cards Continue To Topple – D.C. Chief Judge Orders DoJ to Release Full Version of Mueller Report

Donald Trump and his administration’s house of cards suffered another blow, this time dealt by U.S. Chief Judge Beryl Howell of the District of Columbia. As the supervising federal judge to the Grand Jury that probed into the 2016 Russian interference over presidential election, the District of Columbia judge wrote “ “In carrying out the […]

News Politics

Hong Kong Resistance vs. Government’s Proposed Extradition Bill Harnesses People Power the “Baltic Way”

Hong Kong protest movements against the HK government’s proposed extradition laws commenced in June of this year, marked with anger and violence. Contrary to predictions that the unceasing Hong Kong show of resistance, will become more violent, the largest movement of protesters that came out last Friday proved the predictions wrong. August 23, saw more […]

Finance

Congressional Committees Calling for a Moratorium on Facebook’s Plan to Launch Its Cryptocurrency

Facebook has been told by Congress to put on hold, its plans of launching the Libra cryptocurrency. The proposed moratorium is to take effect until after the house and senate committees, as well as U.S. regulators have made a thorough review of the Facebook cryptocurrency platform, specifically its data security system. In a rare show […]

Travel

AirHelp’s Latest Study, Names Top 10 Best and Top 10 Worst Airports in the World

AirHelp, a dot.com organization devoted to ensuring air passenger rights across the globe, has released results of its recent assessment of airports and airlines. AirHelp’s annual study aims to give passengers useful information when making decisions on where to book flights; including evaluations of the independent performance of airlines arriving and departing at airports. AirHelp’s […]